Posts tagged: Pierce

411mania Interviews: Joel McHale from Community

By , April 27, 2010

411mania has an interview with Joel McHale from Community; here are some of the highlights:

effrey Harris: So what is going on with Community is it coming back for a second season?

Joel McHale: It is. It got picked up for 22 episodes.

Jeffrey Harris: So what is it like to be a part of this great, fun show and you got a hilarious ensemble cast?

Joel McHale: God bless you . . . 411mania, God bless you . . . thank you for watching.

Jeffrey Harris: So what’s going to happen with Jeff and Britta?

Joel McHale: You’ll see. You’ll know as things progress. It gets pretty crazy.

Jeffrey Harris: Between you and me, Jeff and Britta is my OTP. My One True Pairing.

Joel McHale: Wow! That is good and bad — no.

Jeffrey Harris: Are they yours though?

Joel McHale: I refer to our head writer and creator Dan Harmon, our genius . . . I think the character of Jeff that I play, he’s learning not to be diabolical.

Jeffrey Harris: At first he’s very sort of self-absorbed –

Joel McHale: Yeah.

Jeffrey Harris: But as he interacts with the group, he becomes a better person.

Joel McHale: Well everything has been stripped away from him and he is forced to kind of deal with these human relationships.

Jeffrey Harris: When I first started watching the show, I’m like, “This guy’s a jerk!” He’s a phony lawyer!

Joel McHale: Yeah.

Jeffrey Harris: It’s like why should I like this guy? But then as you see him interact with the other characters, he starts opening up and more and even helping them out like Pierce and Abed. It’s almost like the group is coming together as a family.

Joel McHale: Yeah. I mean there’s weird little hints that Dan drops in that’s like, the guy has not seen his mom in a long time, hasn’t told her he’s in school. So he’s got these hang-ups that he hasn’t dealt with. But yeah, these people he would never associate with become his family.

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Community Clips

By , March 21, 2010

Between Friends

Jeff opens up and Pierce decides to fight for his life at sea.

Problems at the Gym

Señor Chang’s clothes are stolen… yet, again!

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Community Preview: Communication Studies

By , February 10, 2010

THINGS GET AWKWARD BETWEEN JEFF AND BRITTA—Jeff (Joel McHale) sets out to fix his relationship with Britta (Gillian Jacobs) after things get awkward with a drunken phone call. Meanwhile, Annie (Alison Brie) and Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) make plans to humiliate Señor Chang (Ken Jeong) in order to defend Troy (Donald Glover) and Pierce’s (Chevy Chase) dignity. Danny Pudi also stars.

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Community Season 1, Episode 11: Politics of Human Sexuality

By , November 30, 2009

Community NBC Season 1, Episode 11: Politics of Human Sexuality

After a challenge from Britta, Jeff must find a girl for a double date with Pierce and his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Britta and Shirley help Annie get an anatomical education for a presentation she must give at a special health fair for the school.

Community Episode 11 1

Community Episode 11 1

Community Episode 11 1

Community Episode 11 1

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Pierce Hawthorne Professional Page

By , November 15, 2009

NBC added a professional page for Pierce Hawthorne, Chevy Chase character from ‘Community’. The page includes bio, news, and videos about Pierce.
Here is his Bio:

Greetings, my name is Pierce Hawthorne. You may recognize the name from Hawthorne Wipes, the award-winning Moist Towelette. Yes, that was me. Mr. Moist. Moist Man. I consider myself a Quality of Life Person. When I’m not busy being a moist towelette mogul, I’m making my mark on the world with the other gifts the Gods hath given me. I have a wealth of experience in image management, icon development, and Y2K preparedness. I’m a marketing genius. If you need something bought or sold or processed, you come my way. I’ve been called a Jingle Master, a Toastmaster, and a Master Chef. I do dinner parties both ways; I throw them, and I attend them. I do birthday parties. I’m an expert magician and a trained clown, and don’t even get me started on my hypnotism training. Whatever it is, if you want it done right, just call my name. This is Pierce Hawthorne, signing off and saying “Farewell, good day, and be good!”

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